To authenticate using GitHub, you first have to provide your GitHub Organization.
To retrieve your organization name, you can contact your IT department.
In case you are not part of an organization, you can easily create one from your GitHub interface:
- Click your profile image in the upper-right corner of the interface and select Settings.
- On the left-side menu, click Organizations.
- Click New organization.
- Select your preferred plan and follow the on-screen instructions.
For more information on how to create an organization and the plans available, visit the GitHub support website.
After providing your organization name:
- Click the Connect button.
- Log in to GitHub using your email and password.
- Finally, authorize UiPath to access your account.
There is a limit of ten tokens that are issued for a user-application-scope combination. For details, see Authorizing OAuth Apps.
UiPath for GitHub asks for the following permissions:
- Full control of organization hooks
- Full control of repository hooks
- Read org and team membership, read org projects
- Full control of private repositories
- Update all user data
For more information on authenticating with GitHub, refer to the GitHub support website.
Updated 13 days ago